Rachel Paige Goldstein is a senior advisor at the Milken Institute where she focuses on creating and curating panel discussions within the wellness, entertainment, and philanthropic fields with a focus on highly-notable speakers.
She is the founder and CEO of Agent of Change, a company dedicated to making a difference in people's lives through event production and curation, strategic marketing campaigns, and project management. Goldstein has worked for some of the most acclaimed nonprofit organizations, including VDAY, Breakthrough, David Lynch Foundation, Tibet House US, the Garrison Institute, Define American, the Headstrong Project, Equality Now, Team Rubicon, Pencils of Promise, Blue School, Walkabout Foundation, Bronx Children's Museum, and the RUSH Philanthropic Arts Foundation, for causes including peace initiatives, women’s rights, education, social justice, political advocacy, and wellness. Through her work, Goldstein has raised over $60 million for various charities and has built an acclaimed presence in the health and wellness industry. She also has extensive experience with event production in the literary world, the political arena, and the music and film industries, and currently serves as the co-founder and executive producer of the annual Dot2Dot Summit, which is an event which brings young leaders together to inspire and challenge them to work to hold government and businesses accountable for their actions.
She earned a dual bachelor of arts degree in cultural anthropology and social sciences from Stony Brook University.